At Water’s Edge

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As I mentioned in my previous entry, I find reflections interesting. Water reflections may be my favorite because the image changes each moment. Straight lines are seldom straight, and can be curled into circular shapes. The overall reflection normally retains its recognizable shape, but when the details are examined oftentimes nothing can be discerned.

A simple image of the reflections along a water’s edge can show itself as an explosion of leaves and limbs, expanding into the water until they finally fade away. Perhaps this is where we find meaning in things that have no meaning, and depending upon how we use that information, can be offered for our benefit or detriment.


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